What Employees Are Hiding About Their Mobile Habits
Mobile devices have become integral at today’s best and brightest companies. Without help from smartphones, tablets, and even lightweight notebooks, like Ultrabooks, there’s no telling what the enterprise would look like today. Mobile devices make employees more productive, they can work wherever they are, and all the while, their employers benefit. But mobile devices aren't a business panacea. While employees might perform better, they feel they own their mobile devices (and sometimes they do.) And with that mindset, they engage in activities with their smartphones and tablets that their employers might not find suitable. What’s worse, it’s hard for employers to even find out what their employees are doing on their devices sometimes. Luckily, we have you covered. We’ve been able to pull back the shroud of secrecy and find out what employees are actually doing with their mobile devices. And with the following information, you’ll be far more prepared to handle the issues that arise.
They Only Like iPhones
You might like to hand over BlackBerry devices or try out some Android tablets, but at the end of the day, all your employees really want is an iPhone and an iPad. To employees, getting their hands on Apple devices is ideal. And if you don’t deliver, they’re just not happy.